For more than 35 years, Hal Perkins has worked as a Financial Advisor for high net worth clients. Entering the investment industry in 1978, Hal has spent more than 30 of those years with Oppenheimer. As a Financial Advisor, Hal has helped solve the financial issues these individuals face, using a wide variety of individualized investment strategies and financial and estate planning techniques.
A native Texan and lifelong Houston resident, Mr. Perkins graduated from the University of Texas Graduate School of Business in 1978 with an M.B.A. in finance and accounting. He attended Rice University in Houston (President’s Honor Role 1974-1975), from which he graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce degree, earning an athletic scholarship (1971-1975) and lettering in football.
Hal has earned the Accredited Investment Fiduciary™® (AIF®) designation from the Center for Fiduciary Studies™. The AIF® designation signifies specialized knowledge of fiduciary responsibility and the ability to implement policies and procedures that meet a defined standard of care. Hal is a member of the Investment Management Consultant Association (IMCA) as well as other industry associations. Hal has been recognized by Oppenheimer as an Asset Management Consultant and serves on the firm’s Asset Management Roundtable. Both are open by invitation only to those professionals in the firm who are recognized as having exceptional skill and experience in the investment advisory consulting area. Active in civic, church and community matters in the Houston area, Hal served both as President and a Director of Galveston Island Musicals, along with other board leadership positions in the community. He is married and has two children.
Jack Harrington began his investment career over 40 years ago when he first joined A.G. Becker Corp. in 1971. Prior to that he worked with TIME Inc. and Forbes Magazine. He has spent more than twenty years with Oppenheimer and holds the FINRA Uniform Investment Advisor Law Exam (Series 65).
Jack went to Boston College on a basketball scholarship and is a member of that university’s Hall of Fame. Upon graduation, he was commissioned as an ensign in the U.S. Navy and served as a member of the SEAL team in Little Creek, VA.
Born in Newport, RI, Jack now lives in Houston with his wife. He is a member of the parish of St. Basil at the University of St. Thomas. He is very active with his Alma Mater and remains involved with his former SEAL unit.
Eugene Tunitsky works with high net worth families, individuals and business owners. His investment practice involves recommending customized financial strategies involving asset allocations among stocks and bonds and, where appropriate, nontraditional investments.
Eugene began his career in May 2009 at Morgan Keegan & Co. (now part of Raymond James & Co.) and joined Oppenheimer in May 2012. He received his Bachelor's degree in Economics with a minor in Business Foundations from the University of Texas at Austin and completed his CFP® Certification coursework from Rice University. Eugene is a Certified Financial Planner™ Professional (CFP®), earned through The Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. Additionally, he holds the FINRA General Securities Representative License (Series 7) and a Uniform Combined State Law Examination (Series 66). He is also licensed as an agent for life, accident, health insurance and annuities.
He currently sits on the board of the Houston Holocaust Museum Foundation and Jewish Family Services. He previously sat on the Kiwanis Club of Houston and was a mentor to the BigBrothersBigSisters program. In his spare time, Eugene enjoys spending time with his wife, working in the garden of the couple's home, practicing his Russian speaking, and traveling.